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Mens Silk Ties

An unusual selection of fine 100 % silk ties with themes centered around art and design


Art Nouveau black$28.00

Art Nouveau black
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Adapted from wallpaper from the M.H. Birge & Sons Company, Buffalo, New York, circa 1911. From the collection of the Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, New York.

100 % silk, woven tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Art Nouveau red$28.00

Art Nouveau red
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Adapted from wallpaper from the M.H. Birge & Sons Company, Buffalo, New York, circa 1911. From the collection of the Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, New York.

100 % silk, woven tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Night and Day black$32.00

Night and Day black
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The works of Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher (1898-1972) stands alone among artistic movements of the 20th century. In the geometric phenomena of symmetry, infinity, and paradoxes of perspective, Escher found rich material for his almost supernatural images. He used observations of the visible world, his own imagination or a combination of the two to create a masterful deception of the human eye. These ties were produced in cooperation with the M.C. Escher Foundation in Baarn, Holland. A portion of the sales of these ties supports the foundation.

100 % silk, woven tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Night and Day navy$32.00

Night and Day navy
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100 % silk, woven tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Egyptian Jewels and Fans$32.00

Egyptian Jewels and Fans
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100 % silk, woven, tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Another World black blue$39.98

Another World black blue
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The works of Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher (1898-1972) stands alone among artistic movements of the 20th century. In the geometric phenomena of symmetry, infinity, and paradoxes of perspective, Escher found rich material for his almost supernatural images. He used observations of the visible world, his own imagination or a combination of the two to create a masterful deception of the human eye. These ties were produced in cooperation with the M.C. Escher Foundation in Baarn, Holland. A portion of the sales of these ties supports the foundation.

100 % silk, woven tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest

Designed based on an M.C. Escher 1947 Woodcut  

Another World yellow gold$39.98

Another World yellow gold
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The works of Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher (1898-1972) stands alone among artistic movements of the 20th century. In the geometric phenomena of symmetry, infinity, and paradoxes of perspective, Escher found rich material for his almost supernatural images. He used observations of the visible world, his own imagination or a combination of the two to create a masterful deception of the human eye. These ties were produced in cooperation with the M.C. Escher Foundation in Baarn, Holland. A portion of the sales of these ties supports the foundation.

100 % silk, woven tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest

Designed based on an M.C. Escher 1947 Woodcut  

Another World red blue$39.98

Another World red blue
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The works of Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher (1898-1972) stands alone among artistic movements of the 20th century. In the geometric phenomena of symmetry, infinity, and paradoxes of perspective, Escher found rich material for his almost supernatural images. He used observations of the visible world, his own imagination or a combination of the two to create a masterful deception of the human eye. These ties were produced in cooperation with the M.C. Escher Foundation in Baarn, Holland. A portion of the sales of these ties supports the foundation.

100 % silk, woven tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest

Designed based on an M.C. Escher 1947 Woodcut  

Metamorphosis$39.98

 Metamorphosis
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From Metamorphosis II, woodcut (1939-1940).

100 % silk, tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Transformer black silver$39.98

Transformer black silver
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Derived from Escher's design for a painted concrete pillar in the building of the Bureau of Water Management in Haarlem, Netherlands (1962). The design incorporates three water-related motifs (Symmetry Nos. 111, 112, 113) that flow into one another to create a vertical metamorphosis from bird and flying fish into boat and flying fish and finally into boat and fish.

100 % silk, tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Transformer blue$39.98

Transformer blue
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Derived from Escher's design for a painted concrete pillar in the building of the Bureau of Water Management in Haarlem, Netherlands (1962). The design incorporates three water-related motifs (Symmetry Nos. 111, 112, 113) that flow into one another to create a vertical metamorphosis from bird and flying fish into boat and flying fish and finally into boat and fish.

100 % silk, tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Thunderbird black/gray$39.98

Thunderbird black/gray
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When European explorers began to trade for furs along the narrow coastline areas now known as the Northwest Coast, they found a tribal population of more than fifty thousand people participating in the some of richest and most distinctive cultures in North America. These cultures had an organized system of art and design that pervaded both the ceremonial and daily lives of the tribal societies. Today, art remains an important force in the lives of the peoples of the Northwest Coast.

Based on a woodcut by Tlingket artist Lincoln Wallace

100 % silk, printed tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Thunderbird navy$39.98

Thunderbird navy
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When European explorers began to trade for furs along the narrow coastline areas now known as the Northwest Coast, they found a tribal population of more than fifty thousand people participating in the some of richest and most distinctive cultures in North America. These cultures had an organized system of art and design that pervaded both the ceremonial and daily lives of the tribal societies. Today, art remains an important force in the lives of the peoples of the Northwest Coast.

Based on a woodcut by Tlingket artist Lincoln Wallace

100 % silk, printed tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Thunderbird red$39.98

Thunderbird red
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When European explorers began to trade for furs along the narrow coastline areas now known as the Northwest Coast, they found a tribal population of more than fifty thousand people participating in the some of richest and most distinctive cultures in North America. These cultures had an organized system of art and design that pervaded both the ceremonial and daily lives of the tribal societies. Today, art remains an important force in the lives of the peoples of the Northwest Coast.

Based on a woodcut by Tlingket artist Lincoln Wallace

100 % silk, printed tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Eagle black/grey$39.98

Eagle black/grey
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Based on 'Of the Eagle Clan' (2008) by Ken Mowatt, a member of the Gitksan Tribe in Hazelton, British Columbia.

100 % silk, printed tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Eagle red$39.98

Eagle red
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Based on 'Of the Eagle Clan' (2008) by Ken Mowatt, a member of the Gitksan Tribe in Hazelton, British Columbia.

100 % silk, printed tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Pegasus$42.00

Pegasus
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Licensed from the M. C. Escher Foundation
57-58 inches long @4 inches at widest  

Robie House Gate black$39.98

Robie House Gate black
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Adopted from a gate Wright designed for Frederick C. Robie House in Oak Park, IL (designed in 1908, completed in 1910).

100 % silk, printed tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Robie House Gate Blue$39.98

Robie House Gate Blue
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Adopted from a gate Wright designed for Frederick C. Robie House in Oak Park, IL (designed in 1908, completed in 1910).

100 % silk, printed tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Seahorses$42.00

Seahorses
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100% silk, hand made
Licensed from the M. C. Escher Foundation
57-58 inches long 3.25 inches at widest  

Tree of Life black$39.98

Tree of Life black
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Taken from one of Wright's most complex art glass window design. The original window is featured prominently throughout the Darwin D. Martin house in Buffalo, New York (1903-05).

100 % silk, printed tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

Tree of Life navy$39.98

Tree of Life navy
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Taken from one of Wright's most complex art glass window design. The original window is featured prominently throughout the Darwin D. Martin house in Buffalo, New York (1903-05).

100 % silk, printed tie is 57-58 inches long and 3.5 inches at widest  

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